Best Western Kemaris
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Highly recommend..clean, friendly,great food...loved it..easy to get around the city
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We started heading north towards Spain. We wanted to stay longer in Portugal but we need to get to the top of France by the end of March because I can only stay 90 days in mainland Europe. We found a campsite on the web that was near a river but didn't look like much else. Good for a pit stop. As it was Sunday we decided to stock up in Portugal before leaving knowing that ...
... in the distance!) Fantastic Aires there
too, you can see why so many Frenchies have motorhomes, it is so well
served! Just a lot of relaxing really, getting through books fast and
Ella just happy playing in the sand (and not when we have to leave).
Coming back we were reminded to just take the darn toll! Ended up on
an 1 long deviation, but of course met with some lovely countryside
... only US rider not to be stripped of his TDF crowns for doping infringements. He is a genuine lovely guy and was only too happy to pose for photos with the FIDI team. Even loaned James his bike for a quick spin :)
There was a sign ...
... Afterwards we set off to nearby Bayonne which had a chocolate museum & factory that we were looking forward to checking out – the perfect thing to do in the rain. Unfortunately, once we got there, they said they were closed for renovations for 3 weeks! Sigh, no chocolate for us! Instead we headed back to camp, opened up our box of Swiss hot chocolate powder & a bar of chocolate and, you guessed it, played some more ...
... could travel lighter, quite a bit even, but I’m happy with what I’ve got now. Gordon insisted we got a cab from Biarritz out to Gare Bayonne (railway station) rather than walk to the bus, so we did.
We must have Camino stamped on our foreheads – nice lady at ticket office knew that’s where we going. 9,20 euros. Then sat in the sun with a cup of tea for our hour and a half wait. Just a little one-carriage ...